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Healthy Weight Loss

Published on 6/4/2012
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A lot of hard work goes into having a lean physique, but I have provided some tips to help you out. healthy weight loss is about eating frequently and slowly. Don't forget breakfast and make sure to drink plenty of water. Protein needs to be present at every meal while making sure to create a calorie deficit. So that is the basis of todays information, now lets flesh it out a bit with more details. Eat more frequently! If you eat something every 2 – 4 hours you will actually help yourself lose weight. The average overweight person only eats twice per day. By eating 5 – 6 times per day you will raise your metabolism and feel less hungry throughout the day. Don't rush when eating your meals. It takes up to 20 minutes for your brain to get the message from your stomach that it is full. Eat your food slowly and savor every mouthful. The slower you eat, the more full you will feel and thus you will eat less food. So no more TV meals, make a point of sitting down with your family and enjoy food a healthy conversation Do not skip breakfast! Research has come out that found those who skip breakfast have a harder time losing fat. Breakfast is essential for getting your metabolism burning calories in the morning. After you've starved yourself for at least 8 hours while sleeping, it is important to eat. Drink plenty of water Drinking water is vital to healthy dieting because water is a fundamental part of human biology, you body is mostly made of of water. Many overlook how dependent we are on it. Water helps digestion and absorption of food, regulates body temperature and blood circulation, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, and removes toxins from the body just to name a few things. Water also plays a huge part in healthy weight loss. Water doesn't contain any calories and is considered an appetite suppressant. H20 also helps the body metabolise stored fat. Drinking 8oz of water before dinner can be a great trick to help from overeating. Eat protein at every meal. Protein is the missing link in many failed diets. Eating protein makes you feel fuller longer, It is the building block of muscle, and they don't spike your insulin levels like starches. Your dinner plate should be 2 parts protein and 1 part carbohydrate, not the other way around. Calorie control. No matter which healthy weight loss diet you choose, you need to understand how calories work. To lose 1lb of body fat, you must burn 3500 total calories. If you burn 500 calories more per day than your maintenance calorie intake for a week under, then you will lose 1lb per week. To find your maintenance calorie intake calculate your BMR and add your calories burned through activity. To lose 1lb per week, subtract 500 calories from your maintenance level.
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